Mechatronics Canada

March 5, 2021

WHAT IS THE COBOT EXPO SERIES?

In 2020, Universal Robots hosted two groundbreaking virtual trade shows geared to a broad range of manufacturers and industries. This year, they are excited to launch The Cobot Expo Series ’21 – five virtual events that focus on the industries and applications most relevant for collaborative robots during these challenging manufacturing times.

Join in now through May 26 for the on-demand online expo focused on Machine Tending applications with Universal Robots. Whether you need help tending your CNC, brake press, injection molding or 3D printing machine, collaborative robots can help you increase productivity, improve quality and capacity, tackle the labor shortage and improve employee satisfaction. Cobots are also flexible enough to be moved from task to task, so they can be used wherever they’re needed most on any given day.

MACHINE TENDING EXPO FACTS

  •    -   No Cost to Attend
  •    -   Free Personalized Consultations
  •    -   On Demand Until May 26
  •    -   10 Industry Serving Partners
  •    -   15 Informative Keynotes
  •    -   14 Booths & Systems on Display

 

EASY TO DEPLOY SYSTEMS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Join in - Are you looking for inspiration or even for specific approaches to optimize your production? Here you will find suitable tips and learn from knowledgeable automation professionals. Experts from the industry will share their experiences in several keynote presentations. Listen to application stories, ask questions and benefit from this concentration of cobot knowledge. Universal Robots will show you the key benefits of collaborative robots in entry-level demos and explain which model and peripheral equipment suits your requirements.

Make your plan - Are you ready to develop your own cobot application? Receive real insight and guidance on the show floor from the team. Universal Robots engineers and partners will be available to discuss your unique production environment and explore application possibilities for your business. Through live product demos and live chats, they will help you bring your application to life and explain how you can prevent stumbling blocks during integration right from the start.

Make the change - Are you already automating with traditional robots, want to optimize your current system, or are you thinking about adding more cobots to your production line? Here you can find like-minded people and talk shop with real professionals. Whether at the keynote Q&As, in one-on-one conversations, or in the live system demos: As a visitor to The Cobot Expo Series, you are an active part of the robotics community. Universal Robots are gathering beginners, users and connoisseurs to lead the pack in factory automation. Let their experience deploying 50,000 cobots work for you.

Register HERE.


Featured Article: 

MC Four Ways Omrons New Factory Drive Recorder Helps You Determine Root Causes 1 400

If a product is scratched by a robot but nobody was there to see it, how do you know what exactly happened? Intermittent problems in manufacturing lines (such as die casting) can cause millions of lost $$$ when repair workers are forced to troubleshoot without any idea of what may have caused the problem or when the problem will occur again.

Omron’s Factory Drive Recorder addresses this issue by letting you monitor machines or areas within your facility and capture what happened just after or prior to a triggering event. Whether your application involves progressive die casting, machine tooling, bottle inspection, high-precision welding, or something else, this solution can save troubleshooting time.

Omron looks at four ways that automation engineers, quality control engineers, system designers, purchasers, and maintenance personnel can benefit from this technology.

 

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MC Rittal AX Fiberglass Enclosures Added Durability with Non Metallic WM Enclosures 1 725

 

AX Fibreglass Wallmount Enclosures available now 

Rittal has rounded off its AX range of compact enclosures with its newly developed fibreglass enclosures. The manufacturer now offers the best of two worlds: the advantages of sophisticated technology combined with the benefits of an extremely robust material.

The AX fibreglass enclosure protects the electrical components even in very harsh environments. Its new mounting functions make rapid expansion possible and provide a greater scope for installation using smart technology.

What the new AX Fibreglass Enclosures provide:

  • •Sophisticated technology
  • •Robust material
  • •Simple, fast configuration
  • •High safety standards

 

For more information, click here

 

 

 

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